And we're not only talking about changing our clocks -- we're ready to spring ahead and build next season's wardrobe with warm tones like rich oranges, buttery yellows and muted pinks. (According to Pantone, honeysuckle was the top color on Spring 2011 runways.)
Designers like Jil Sander, Proenza Schouler and Diane von Furstenberg spun the color wheel to churn out lust-worthy wears. But while we love us some color blocking, we couldn't help but notice the earthy tones from Isabel Marant and Marc Jacobs, ranging from Santa Fe rusty red to sand. Plus, your favorite white tee may finally get a rest (unlikely) because of Derek Lam, Ralph Lauren and Calvin Klein insisting on bleaching entire ensembles.
So get a jump-start on your spring style inspiration and visit Refinery 29 for an in-depth breakdown of spring's most coveted hues.